T-Mobile

T-Mobile US, Inc. engages in the provision of wireless communications services under the T-Mobile and MetroPCS brands. It offers postpaid and prepaid wireless voice, messaging and data services, and wholesale wireless services. The company was founded in 1994 and is headquartered in Bellevue, WA.

What

T-Mobile

Looks For

T-Mobile is always looking for driven, passionate team members who want to have fun and grow within the organization.

History of

T-Mobile

T-Mobile originally began as a subsidiary to the company Western Wireless Corporation in 1994 and separated from the parent company in 2001. T-Mobile then began to expand its independent brand, opening up stores in California and Nevada. Now, T-Mobile is the second-largest wireless carrier in the United States and is traded on the NASDAQ.

T-Mobile

Internship Programs

Internship Programs

T-Mobile's internship programs are available for students currently pursuing bachelor’s, master’s, or MBA degrees with an ability to think fast and embrace change like it’s your best friend. You’ll need ambition and drive, along with an innovative and customer-focused mindset to land an internship position with T-Mobile.

What it's like to Work at

T-Mobile

Quick Facts

Entry-level careers:
Sales / Account Management
Corporate Strategy & Partnerships
Finance
Human Resources / People / Talent
Legal / Public Policy
Product
Customer Support / Success
Marketing
IT/IS
Engineering
Operations
PR / Corporate Communications
industries
Tech
office locations
Greater Seattle

Internship Info

Number of interns (2022)
Preferred education level
Students currently pursuing bachelor’s, master’s, or MBA degrees
Perks
  • College Tuition Reimbursement
  • Student Loan Debt Repayment
  • Subsidized childcare
  • Non-discrimination policy includes sexual orientation
  • Health insurance for part-timers
  • College tuition reimbursement

T-Mobile

Interview Process

Phone Interview

Typically conducted by the hiring manager and will focus on resume-based questions 

In-Person Interviews

Candidates meet with directors and directors and are asked a range of behavioral questions